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Thank you all.
Huckleberry Anne - great picture - loved the happy energy of the whole set. Thanks
- and perhaps be wet, but never mind!! Thanks so ver much Sandy!
Wow, great. I can see myself in her. I was half a boy, and I liked this way of playing. (maybe it's in the name Anne-Ank)
laughs.. this looks fun. :)
Thank you PLG.
What a great set! Thanks, CM!
Thank you snooker. Yes it is morris.
That's a lovely photo. She is so intent on moving her raft.
That is secluded!
I had to google it morris. 38 mi. to the closest and 45 to the next closest. Both towns have small grocery stores. Not like you or I are used to. It's a 3 hr drive to the coast where the store is much bigger.
Sounds like fun shirley.
Thank you punkie, morris and shirley.
Given the opportunity, kids can still have old-fashioned fun!
That is so cool! How far are they from the nearest town?
Wonderful to see them create there own fun, our twelve year old grandson built a raft out of plastic drums and floated it on the dam, under his dads watchful eye. Thanks chickiemama.
Yes a pier. It became unattached. They like to push it around in the pond and jump into the water from it.
what is she floating on? Is that an old pier?
And not a Game Boy in sight.........
This pond was fed from a mountain stream, so it is very cold. Didn't bother Anne a bit.